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April 26, 2018
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Plane not de iced before crash near remote Saskatchewan community: safety board

Investigators say a plane that crashed near a remote northern Saskatchewan community last year had ice on it when it took off


How a small P.E.I. police force is using humour to charm the internet

A police force in a tiny Prince Edward Island community is building an international social media audience, leveraging irreverent humour and pop-culture references to draw an audience for serious messages.


Man who allegedly yelled vulgar phrase at reporter heads to restorative justice

A Halifax man accused of hurling a vulgar slur at a female reporter during a live broadcast has been referred to Nova Scotia's restorative justice process.
 
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The sexual-harassment scandals that made waves in the United States and triggered the #MeToo movement last year has brought about the downfall of actors, movie producers, politicians and celebrity chefs alike. Now, the tsunami of workplace harassment has reached the shores of Canada. » Read More
 
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Not known what caused Saskatchewan bus crash that killed 15: RCMP

Investigators are still trying to piece together what happened when a tractor-trailer collided with a hockey team bus at a Saskatchewan highway intersection in a horrific crash that killed 15 people, including players and the coach of the Humboldt Broncos. » Read More

Alberta suspends certificate of trucking company involved in Broncos crash

A Calgary trucking company that owns the semi truck that collided with the Humboldt Broncos bus and killed 15 people has been ordered to keep its vehicles off the road. » Read More

 
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Dräger announces free NFPA 2018 upgrade kit offer for new 2013 SCBAs

Mississauga, Ontario – Dräger announced the offer of a complementary upgrade kit that enables fire departments to purchase new 2013 Dräger self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) now and bring them into NFPA 2018 compliance free of charge. » Read More